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 Katz Mulk

Deeply embedded in the Manchester underground, Katz Mulk was born out of the Human Heads crew. The trio makes warped electronics, auto tuned improv and loose pop music that combines the best of hipstertronics and hardcore avant-garde music. Their debut is soon out on the top notch Singing Knives label. As suiting for the ‘now sound of Manchester’ we had this ‘Facebook messenger’ conversation with Ben Night, Andrea Kerney and Hugh Morris about their avant-pop and performance explorations in experimental music.
28 May 2017 | AG 9.1
Ben Night

Hi ya’ll...Niels wants to interview Katz Mulk for The Avant-Guardian (an irregular KRAAK publication).

Niels Latomme

What’s up with the photo?

BN

Haha. The photo came about through a chanc

NL

Tell me, where comes the name ‘Katz Mulk’ from?

BN

 Ah... a jumble of associations and happen stance. Ben and me were asked to do a gig at Fuel Cafe in Manchester, and we’re not fans of the Morris/Knight duo approach

NL

Tell me more about the performative aspect? How does that work and what happens? Is it because you want engage people and yourself in a direct experience?

BN

This follows on from what Ben was saying about getting out of o